This church had a Roll of Honour which was saved and is now held at Salford Museum. link
The names: H P BANNISTER J A KAY H R BANNISTER HEDLEY KAY REVEREND C L BEDALE CHARLES A KAY ARTHUR T BIRCH J H LEVIS JOHN BOLTON WILFRED LORD R L BOLTON H C MARSHALL AMOS DAVIS L MILBOURNE R G C DOW W F MURDON L FANCOURT E SADLER R B HOLT H SHARPLES ARTHUR ISHERWOOD H SHERLOCK J CLARENCE ISHERWOOD HARRY TONGE F S WOOD
Ewart Sadler was 18. He was billeted in a house in Southport, where one night he cut his throat and died. He is buried in Monton Unitarian Church yard. Lawrence Charles Fancourt was also 18. He died of enteric fever contracted at Gallipoli and is buried in Peel Green cemetery. Both boys are also on the Old Salfordians’ war memorial in the Peel Building of the University of Salford.